How to Format Writing Styles And Make Your Blog Posts Look Beautiful

Are you a newbie Blogger on WordPress, and facing problems in formatting the writing style? This article will help you overcome this problem.

Millions of people around the globe use WordPress to create and run their websites, blogs, and apps. Even people with little technical know-how are successfully running their blogs on WordPress. 

However, all this is not smooth sailing. Despite watching scores of video tutorials and reading articles about the use of WordPress, you may still come across certain text formatting issues while writing your blog posts. Especially for a newbie blogger, it is nothing short of an ordeal to format the writing style and make their blog post look more beautiful.

In this article, I’ll give you an overview of 10 most common style grids to format your writing. This will help you format your blog posts and make them look beautiful. Let’s dive into this piece without further ado.

  1. Inserting a Heading

Press the Heading icon to insert the Heading Block. There are 6 types of Headings, starting from H1 to H6. You can select any of these according to your article need.

Heading Block
  1. Inserting a Paragraph

Click the Paragraph icon to insert a paragraph. A paragraph is a primary block for writing any content. You can also insert any other block within a paragraph, as per the requirement of your blog post.

Paragraph Block
  1. Adding a List

Click the List icon to include a list in your text. You can include both bulleted and numbered lists. Moreover, you can also insert sub-lists in your text.

  1. Including a Quote

Press the Quote icon for adding a quote to the text and make it visually appealing. You can also change the color of the quote text and background to make it look more beautiful.

Quote Block
Quote Block
Quote Block
Quote Display
  1. Inserting Classic WP Editor

By selecting the Classic, you can activate the classic WordPress text editor at the top of your draft and use it like an MS Word editor.

Classic Block
Classic Block
Classic WordPress Editor
Classic WP Editor
  1. Adding a Pullquote

Click the Pullquote icon to insert this block into your text to give special visual emphasis to a quote in your blog.

  1. Including Media & Text

This icon allows you to insert Media and Text side by side, to make your blog post look visually beautiful. You can opt to place media or text on the left or the right side of your post.

Media And Text Block
Media & Text Block
Media And Text
Media & Text Display
  1. Inserting Columns

This icon allows you to add Columns and show your text in multiple columns. Columns are adjustable by size and layout.

Column Block
Column Block
  1. Adding a Separator Line

Click the Separator icon to add a line anywhere in your text. This line separates two sections of your text.

Separator Block
Separator Block
Separator Line
Separator Line Display
  1. Inserting Layout Grid

You can insert it by clicking the Layout Grid icon. This has 4 layout styles/columns, i.e. 1 column, 2 columns, 3 columns, 4 columns. 

Layout Grid

Final Words

Formatting the writing styles in WordPress is indeed a serious challenge for newbie bloggers and WP users. Though many video tutorials and articles are available to learn to format the text, watching these videos and reading articles consumes a considerable amount of time.

This article, therefore, has tried to address the writing-style issues by giving an overview of 10 commonly used WP style blocks. The more you practice, the more you’ll be perfect in using these style blocks.

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